Dr. Murniati Mukhlisin, M.Acc.

  Biodata

NIK : 002.013
Position : Rector/Senior Lecturer
Email : murniati@tazkia.ac.id
Telephone : +62-21-87962291-94
Room : Rector’s Office, Main Campus
Office hours : Mondays – Fridays (by appointment)
 

  Biography

Murniati earned her degrees in Islamic accounting from International Islamic University of Malaysia (undergraduate), University of Indonesia (postgraduate), and University of Glasgow, United Kingdom (doctoral). She was awarded with distinguished scholarships to support her studies. She is married to Dr. Luqyan Tamanni and they have three children: Layyina Humaira Tamanni (19), Hayyan Hani Tamanni (17) and Rayyan Ayman Tamanni (15).

Murniati has working experiences in banking, financial and IT services i.e. Unibank – Jakarta, Ernst & Young – Kuala Lumpur, and ANSI Berhad – Selangor, Malaysia. Murniati then started her career as a lecturer in Islamic Accounting and Finance in 2002 and she is currently Islamic Accounting certified. She became Affiliate Staff at University of Glasgow after completing her PhD in 2014 and then joined Essex Business School, University of Essex, Colchester, UK from 2015 to 2017. She sits on Editorial Advisory Board for an Emerald Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research – UK, Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research – Malaysia, and Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics. For research, Murniati works on critical perspective of research in the areas of financial reporting, Islamic accounting, Islamic banking and finance, and Islamic financial literacy. Murniati is currently a Rector, Tazkia University College of Islamic Economics, Bogor, Indonesia. She is also a team head at Islamic Accounting Compartment – Indonesian Institute of Accountants, and a consultant for Bank Indonesia and Financial Services Authority. She is also a Shariah Expert at BRI Corporate University, board member of Indonesian Economist Association, and Advisor to Association of Islamic FinTech Indonesia.

Murniati is also a public speaker and motivator. Together with her husband, Dr. Luqyan Tamanni, M.Ec, Murniati authored an inspirational book called Sakinah Finance that concerns about Islamic family finance. They conduct several talk shows and trainings based on Sakinah Finance in several cities in Indonesia, UAE, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, Turkey, Germany, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Brunei Darussalam, France, Malaysia, Egypt, Pakistan and The Philippines. She is also an active columnist in national and internasional media such as Republika, Majalah MySharing, Islampos, Suara Islam, Hidayatullah, Majalah Gontor, detik.com, Kompas, IFN News, and ISFIRE-UK. Her research papers and activities are available at https://tazkia.ac.id/dosen/dr-murniati-mukhlisin-m-acc/ and https://www.sakinahfinance.com.

  Academic Qualifications

  • PhD in Accounting, University of Glasgow (2012-2014) Project: Exploring Reflexivity and Resistance of Indonesian Islamic Financial Institutions towards IASB and AAOIFI Financial Reporting Standardization Projects”
  • PhD Foundation Program, Markfield Institute of Higher Education (2011-2012) Project: “The Need for Shariah Harmonization in Financial Reporting Standardization; the case of Indonesia”
  • Master of Accounting, University of Indonesia, Jakarta (2008-2010) Project: Strategic Management Accounting: “Factors Influencing the Growth of Islamic Banks’ Asset”
  • Bachelor of Accounting, International Islamic University Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (1994-1998)

  Working Experiences

  • Rector, Tazkia Islamic University College/Institut Tazkia, Bogor, Indonesia (2017 – present)
  • Shariah Expert, BRI Corporate University (2018-present)
  • Lecturer and Researcher in Islamic Accounting, STEI Tazkia (2002-present)
  • Advisor, Indonesian Islamic FinTech Association (2018-present)
  • Team Head, Islamic Compartment, The Indonesian Institute of Accountants (2017-present)
  • Lecturer and Researcher in Accounting, Essex Business School, University of Essex, United Kingdom (2015-2017)
  • Editorial Board Member: Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Research, Emerald Publishing, United Kingdom (2012-present), Journal of Muamalat and Islamic Finance Research, Malaysia (2018-present), and Chief Editor, Tazkia Islamic Finance and Business Research (2017-present), TUJISE, Turkey (2018-present)
  • Reviewer: Social Responsibility Journal, United Kingdom (2017-present), Journal of Accounting and Business Dynamics, Indonesia (2017-present), Economica: Jurnal Ekonomi Islam, Indonesia (2017-present)
  • Affiliate Staff, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow (2015)
  • Consultant/Islamic accounting and finance specialist, Tazkia Consulting and LPPM Tazkia, Jakarta (2005-present)
  • Motivational Speaker and Consultant, Sakinah Finance; Islamic Family Financial Management, invited to countries: UAE, Indonesia, Japan, UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Turkey, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Egypt, Pakistan, Rusia (2011-present)
  • Assistant to Finance Manager, ANSI Technology Sdn. Bhd., Selangor, Malaysia (1998-2001)
  • Junior Auditor, Ernst & Young, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1998)
  • PT. Unibank, Jakarta, Indonesia (1991-1993)

Community Service

  • Board Member, Yayasan Andalusia Islamic Centre, BTTM Tazkia (2005-present)
  • Author, Sakinah Finance articles and news in Indonesian and English language (weekly/occasionally) for Republika, Kompas, MySharing, Radar Bogor, Islampos, Antara News, Suara Islam, Hidayatullah, detik.com, Majalah Gontor, Isfire Magazine – UK (2008-present)
  • Motivator on Sakinah Finance; Islamic Personal and Family Finance (2011-present)
  • Member, Management Board, ICMI Orsat Ulul Albab, Jakarta (1993)

Conference Paper Presentations

  • Mukhlisin, M., Daisuke, S., Syamlan, Y.T., 2019, Modelling Zero Waste Technology and Zero Waste Accounting in Achieving SDGs, LPPM Tazkia Working Paper
  • Syamlan, Y.T., Mukhlisin, M., Ascarya, 2019, The Reserve Banking System And Macroeconomy: The Case of Islamic Banks In Indonesia, LPPM Tazkia Working Paper.
  • Mina, M. and Mukhlisin, M., 2019, History of Accounting in Asian, Western and Islamic Countries and Accounting for Islamic Financial Institutions, LPPM Tazkia Working Paper.
  • Cahyadi, W., Mukhlisin, M., Pramono, S.E., 2019, Determinants of Accounting Information Systems Quality in Sharia Insurance Companies, LPPM Tazkia Working Paper.
  • Mukhlisin, M., Tamanni, L., Alshehabi, A., Ala, A.S., 2019, Financial Discipline and Women Participation in Economic Development Agenda: Cases in Indonesia and Pakistan, presented at the 4th IFBBE Conference, Valencia, Spain, 16-17 September 2019.
  • Mukhlisin, M., Ismail, N., Fikri, R.J., Mind the Gap; Modern and Classical Thought for Islamic Finance, Management and Accounting Studies, presented on Monday Forum – LPPM Tazka, Bogor, Indonesia, 29 July 2019.
  • Mukhlisin, M., 2019, Sharia Compliance Accounting System in Enterprises of the Financial and Non-Financial Sector, presented at Russian-Islamic World Kazan Summit 2019, Kazan, Russia, 23 April 2019 (Invited Speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Komalasari, R., 2018, Do Islamic Macroeconomics and Microeeconomics Exist?, presented at SASE Conference, Doshisha University – Kyoto, Japan – 23-25 June 2018.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Mustafida, R., 2018, Implanting Islamic FinTech in GCC Member Countries; Crowd Investment vs. Peer-to-Peer Lending, presented at GRM 2018 Research Meeting, University of Cambridge, UK, 31 July–3 August 2018.
  • Mukhlisin, M. Tamanni, L., Azid, T., Mustafida, R., Contribution of Islamic Microfinance Studies in Achieving SDGs, presented at TWoEPC-IRTI IDB Conference 2017, Islamabad, Pakistan, 11-12 December 2017.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Mustafida, R., 2018, Can Waqf Based Sukuk Reduce Foreign Debt? Case Study of Indonesia, ROWSED 2017, Organized by Islamic Research and Training Institute – Islamic Development Bank and Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited Dhaka, Bangladesh, 4-5 November 2017.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Komalasari, R., 2017, A Review of Empirical Studies on Islamic Banking and Finance; The Way Forward, presented at 3rd IIMEFC-Bank Indonesia Conference 2017, Surabaya, Indonesia, 8-9 November 2017.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Mustafida, R., 2017, presented at AAABC International Conference, Bandung, Indonesia, 27-28 October 2017..
  • Mukhlisin, M. (2017), The Role of Accounting and Women for Poverty Eradication, presented at Cairo University Conference on Business Sciences (CUCBS) International Conference, Cairo, Egypt, 23rd – 24th April 2017 (Best Paper Award).
  • Mukhlisin, M. (2016), Contemporary Issues on Islamic Finance and Accounting, presented at The Business School, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury, Kent, UK, 9th December 2016 (Invited Speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. (2016), How ethical are Financial Reporting Standards for Islamic Financial Institutions? presented at The Annual British Accounting and Finance Association (BAFA) Conference, Bath, UK, 21st – 23rd March 2016.
  • Abras, A. and Mukhlisin, M. (2016), Understanding Islamic based Financial Reporting Standardisation Projects: Institutional Logics Perspective on the Malaysian Case, presented at 2nd IPAFEM Conference, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 17th -18th August 2016 and 11th ICIEF Conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 11th -13th October 2016.
  • Mukhlisin, M. (2016), Development of Islamic Accounting Curriculum and Profession, presented at National Accounting Symposium (SNA) XIX, Bandar Lampung, Indonesia, 26th August 2016 (Invited Speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Fadzly, M. (2016), Competing Logics on International Islamic Financial Architecture and the Role of Financial Reporting Standards, presented at The Eight APIRA Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 13th -15th July 2016 .
  • Mukhlisin, M. (2016), The Role of Maqasid Shariah in Financial Reporting Standards for Islamic Financial Institutions, presented at The 1st International Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance, Makkah, Saudi Arabia, 5th – 8th March 2016 (invited speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Arkam, A.I. (2015), Accounting for Women in Islamic Microfinance: From oppression to education, presented at the International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance (ICIEF 2015), Mataram, Indonesia, 26th – 27th August 2015 (invited speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Hudaib, M. (2015), Financial Reporting Standards for Islamic Financial Institutions in Indonesia; Quo Vadis?, presented at the 3rd Research Forum on Islamic Economics and Finance, Jakarta, Indonesia, 7th – 9th April 2015 (invited speaker, Best Paper Award).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Hudaib, M. (2015), Islamic Political Economy of Accounting Discourse on Financial Reporting Standardization for Islamic Financial Institutions; AAOIFI and a Country Case of Indonesia, presented at the 10th International Conference on Islamic Economics and Finance, Doha, Qatar, 23rd – 24th March 2015 (invited speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Tamanni, L. (2015), Accounting Literacy and Poverty Eradication; Preliminary Case studies in Egypt and Indonesia, presented at Thematic Workshop on Islamic Financial Literacy 2015, Brunei Darussalam, 25th – 26th February 2015 (invited speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. Hudaib, M. (2014), Past, Present, and Future of Islamic Financial Architecture and The Role of Financial Reporting Standards, presented at The 6th International Conference on Islamic Banking and Finance: Risk Management, Regulation and Supervision, Borsa Istanbul, Turkey, 16th – 17th September 2014 (invited speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Hudaib, M. (2014), Is there a political economy of accounting in financial reporting standardization for the Islamic financial institutions?, presented at Critical Perspective of Accounting Conference 2014, York University, Toronto, Canada, 6th – 9th July 2014.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Hudaib, M. (2014), Unveiling IFRS Standardization Project and the Position of Takaful Industry, presented at Eleventh Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance, Cambridge, USA on 25th – 27th April 2014 (invited speaker).
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Hudaib, M. (2014), IFRS, AAOIFI, and Indonesian SSFAS level of standards; evaluation from Maqasid Shari’ah approach, presented at Foundation of Islamic Finance Conference, Durham University, Durham , United Kingdom, 2nd – 3rd April 2014.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Hudaib, M. (2013), Unveiling IFRS Standardization Project and the Position of Islamic Financial Institutions, presented at BAFA Conference Scotland Area Group, 2013, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2nd September 2013.
  • Mukhlisin, M., Hudaib, M., Kininmonth, K., (2013), Exploring Resistance and Reflexivity towards IFRS and AAOIFI Standardization Projects, presented at Emerging Scholars’ Colloquium 2013, Kobe, Japan, 26th – 28th July 2013.
  • Mukhlisin, M., Hudaib, M. and Azid, T. (2013) A Study on Perception of Islamic Banks’ Stakeholders Towards Shariah Harmonization in Financial Reporting Standards, presented at International Islamic Finance Conference 2013, Abu Dhabi, UAE, 14th – 16th April 2013 (Best Paper Award).
  • Antonio, M.S. and Mukhlisin, M., (2012), Analysis on Determinants in Implementation of Accounting Standards for Islamic Financial Institutions; Narrative Study between United Kingdom and Indonesia presented at 8th BAFA Workshop on Accounting and Finance in Emerging Economies, University of Salford, Manchester, 13th September 2012 and The 7th APIRA Conference, Kobe, Japan, 16th – 28th July 2013

  Published papers and books

  • Murniati M., Tamanni, L. Azid, T., Mustafida, R. (2019), Contribution of Islamic Microfinance Studies in Achieving SDGs, in Abd elrahman Elzahi Saaid Ali (ed.), Palgrave (Forthcoming).
  • Murniati, M. and Mustafida, R. (2019), Can Waqf based Sukuk Reduce Foreign Debt? Case Study of Indonesia, in Khalifa Mohamed Ali, M. Kabir Hasan, Abd elrahman Elzahi Saaid Ali (ed.) Revitalization of Waqf for Socio-Economic Development, Palgrave (Forthcoming).
  • Murniati, M. and Nofianti, L. (2019), The Role of Good Corporate Governance and Accounting in Islamic Financial Institutions, in Toseef Azid, Ali Abdullah Alnodel, Muhamad Azeem Qureshi (ed.) Research in Corporate and Shari’ah Governance in the Muslim World: Theory and Practice, pp.115 – 126 https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/978-1-78973-007-420191010.
  • BAZNAS (2018), Mukhlisin, M. with STEI Tazkia and BAZNAS Team, Panduan Penghitungan Zakat: Konsep, Aplikasi, Dan Contoh Kasus Di Indonesia, BAZNAS Center of Strategic Studies, ISBN: 978-602-5708-24-4, available at: https://www.puskasbaznas.com/publications/books/890-panduan-penghitungan-zakat-konsep-aplikasi-dan-contoh-kasus-di-indonesia.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Komalasari, R. (2018) Do You Capture Financial Crisis?, Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, vol 3, no. 2, pp 245-292, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21098/jimf.v3i2.781.
  • Mukhlisin, M.  and M.S. Antonio. (2018) Meta-analysis on Direction of Accounting Standards for Islamic Financial Institutions: Case Studies in United Kingdom and Indonesia, Al-Iqtishad: Jurnal Ilmu Ekonomi Syariah (Journal of Islamic Economics). Vol. 10 (1): 231 – 254. Doi: http//dx.doi. org/10.15408/aiq.v10i1.5676.
  • Mukhlisin, M. (2017) Unveiling IFRS standardization projects and the position of Takaful Industry in Indonesia; A Literature Review, Journal of Islamic Accounting and Business Review, vol. 8, Issue 2 (Scopus, ABS), https://doi.org/10.1108/JIABR-06-2015-0025.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Tamanni, L. (2016) Accounting Literacy and Poverty Eradication; Preliminary Case Studies in Egypt and Indonesia, Book Chapter in Islamic Financial Literacy, UNISSA Press and IRTI-IDB: Brunei Darussalam, ISBN 978-99917-65-99-0 (Hardcover), ISBN 978-99917-82-00-3 (Paperback), ISBN 978-99917-82-49-2 (ebook).
  • Mukhlisin, M., Hudaib, M. and Azid, T. (2015) The Need for Shariah Harmonization in Financial Reporting Standardization; the case of Indonesia, International Journal of Islamic and Middle Eastern and Management, vol. 8, issue 4 (Scopus, ABS), http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/IMEFM-10-2013-0110.
  • Tamanni, L. and Mukhlisin, M. (2013), Sakinah Finance: Solusi Mudah Mengatur Keuangan Rumah Tangga Sakinah (Simple Solutions to Manage Sakinah Family Finance), Solo: Tiga Serangkai (Best-Seller), www.sakinahfinance.com.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Muslich, M., (2012) VAR and VECM Models on Factors Influencing Performance of Indonesian Islamic Banks, International Journal of Excellence in Islamic Banking and Finance, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 40-64.
  • Maulana, A., Mukhlisin, M., 2011, Analisa Dampak Konvergensi IFRS ke dalam PSAK 13, 16 dan 30 Terhadap Aktifitas Perdagangan Saham Perusahaan yang Terdaftar di Bursa Efek Indonesia, Tazkia Islamic Finance & Business Review, vol. 6, no. 2, p. 168-195.
  • Mukhlisin, M. and Muslich, M. (2011), Factors Influencing the Growth of Islamic Banks’ Assets in Indonesia, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.
  • Antonio, M.S., Yasid, M., Tamanni, L. and Mukhlisin, M. (2008), Buku Teks Ekonomi Islam untuk SMU (Islamic Economics Text Book for High School), Jakarta: STEI Tazkia

  Awards, Grants, Achievement

  • 2018, Received Research Grant on International Research Collaboration, from Ministry of Religious Affairs, Republic Indonesia, Rp. 170.000.000 (£8,843) (Research Topic: Participatory Action Research on Poverty Eradication Through Financial Discipline: Indonesia, Egypt and Pakistan with Co-Researchers; Dr. Sugiyarti Fatma Laela, M.Buss. Acc, CMA, CIBA and Dr. Ahmad Alshehabi-Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent, UK), Fieldwork Partners; 1. Ir H. Andi Ihsan Arkam, M.E.I. (BTTM, Indonesia), 2. M. Shahid Safdar (Akhuwat, Pakistan), 2. Dr. Moaz Faramwy (Bab Rizk Jameel, Egypt).
  • 2017, Received Best Paper Award for: The Role of Accounting and Women for Poverty Eradication, awarded by Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, 23rd – 24th April 2017.
  • 2016, Received Research Grant from Universitas Islam Suka Riau in Cooperation with Essex Business School, University of Essex, Rp. 140.000.000 (£8,231).
  • 2015, Received Best Paper Award for: Financial Reporting Standards for Islamic Financial Institutions in Indonesia; Quo Vadis? Awarded by Indonesian Financial Services Authority on 7-9 April 2015 at the 3rd Research Forum on Islamic Economics and Finance, Jakarta, Indonesia, (Co-author: Hudaib, M.).
  • 2015-2016, Received Research Grant from Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow (Wards Trust, Bid 2015-2016), £3,000.
  • 2015, Received offer of Travel Grant, British Council Newton Fund; Researcher Links Travel Grant 2015, £7,750.
  • 2014-2015, Received Research Grant from Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow (Wards Trust, Bid 2014-2015), £3,510 .
  • 2013, Received Best Paper Award for: A Study on Perception of Islamic Banks’ Stakeholders Towards Shariah Harmonization in Financial Reporting Standards, awarded by Emerald Group of Publishing on 14-16 April 2013 at International Islamic Finance Conference 2013, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, (Co-authors: Hudaib, M. and Azid, T.)

  Supervision and Examination

  • Supervised 20 Undergraduate and MA/MSc in Accounting and Finance Dissertations Projects (2012-present).
  • Examined 40 Undergraduate and MA students in Islamic Accounting and Finance (2010-present).
  • Examined PhD Student in Accounting at Macquarie University, Australia, Topic: International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Convergence in Indonesia: Contextual Factors and Fair Value Implementation (2017).
  • Supervised PhD Student: Ahmad Abras, research project: Understanding Islamic based Accounting Standardisation Projects: Institutional Logics Perspective, Essex Business School, University of Essex, UK (2015-2017)
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